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2019 AERA-REAPA Dissertation Awards

Edward Curammeng, University of California, Los Angeles

“Portraits of Praxis: Lessons from Filipino American Teachers Rooted in Ethnic Studies”

Marissa Largo, University of Toronto, ON

"Unsettling Imaginaries: The Decolonial Diaspora Aesthetic of Four Contemporary Filipinx Visual Artists"

2019 AERA-REAPA Distinguished Research Award

Dawn Bohulano Mabalon, San Francisco State University


2018 AERA-REAPA Distinguished Research Award

Valerie Ooka Pang
San Diego State University

2018 AERA-REAPA Don T. Nakanishi Excellence in Mentorship Award

Hung Tran Nguyen
Cal State Long Beach

2018 AERA-REAPA Outstanding Dissertation Award

Sung Tae Jang
University of Minnesota

"Schooling experiences and the educational outcomes of Southeast Asian female secondary students in the US: A critical quantitative intersectional analysis"


2017 AERA-REAPA Distinguished Research Award

Roland Sintos Coloma
Northern Kentucky University

 

2017 AERA-REAPA Don Nakanishi Excellence in Mentoring Award

Rachel Endo
University of Washington-Bothell

 

2017 AERA-REAPA Outstanding Dissertation Award

Liza Talusan
University of Massachusetts Boston

The Formation of Scholars: Critical narratives of Asian American and Pacific Islander doctoral students in higher education programs

 

2016 AERA-REAPA Distinguished Scholar Award

 Stacey J. Lee

University of Wisconsin Madison

 

2016 AERA-REAPA Early Career Award

Arshad I. Ali
The George Washington University

 

2015 AERA-REAPA Outstanding Dissertation Award

Candace Chow
Cornell University
(Un)making Identity: Asian American Teachers' Identity Performances

2015 AERA-REAPA Distinguished Scholar Award

A. Lin Goodwin
Teachers College, Columbia University

2015 Travel Grant Recipients

Rican Vue
University of California, Los Angeles
Understanding Diversity Through the Voices of Hmong American Students at a Predominantly White Institution

Trish Morita-Mullaney
Purdue University/IUPUI
Asian/American Female Leaders Navigating Institutional Racism in Schools: The Lapdog Syndrome

Dongmei Li
University of Texas at Austin
Generational Status and Academic Performance Among Asian American High School Students: Testing the Segmented Assimilation Theory

Natasha Saelua
University of Denver
Race/d Research: Critical Discourse Analysis of Higher Education Research on Pacific Islanders

Jenna Sablan
University of Southern California
A Critical Analysis of Quantitative Research and Pacific Islanders

2014 Graduate Student Travel Grant Recipients

Rob Ho, University of California, Los Angeles
Do All Asians Look Alike? Asian Canadians as Model Minorities

Trish Morita-Mullaney, Purdue University/IUPUI
Narratives of Asian American Female Educators: Resistance, Retention, and Rhetoric

Eujin Park, University of Wisconsin
“Where Everyone Looks Like Them”: A Weekend Korean Language School as Safe Space

Rican Vue, University of California, Los Angeles
“Hmong American students at selective public universities: Exploring sources of support.”

Miaochun Wei, The George Washington University
I Am Not Your Model Minority: Struggles for Learning and Learning From Struggles in Exploring the Geographic and Spatial Boundaries of Asian “Model Minorities”

Lihong Yang, Michigan State University
An Investigation Into Asian Immigrant Children’s Early Literacy Development Using Multilevel Structural Equation Modeling

Mingcai Zhang, Michigan State University
An Investigation Into Asian Immigrant Children’s Early Literacy Development Using Multilevel Structural Equation Modeling

2014 AERA-REAPA Distinguished Scholar Award

Kevin Kumashiro
University of San Francisco

2013 Graduate Student Travel Grant Recipients

Mary Canty
University of Washington, Seattle
Identifying Factors that Influence Asian Americans/Pacific Islanders to Enter K-8 Teaching

Candace Chow
Cornell University
Centering the Margins: Asian American Teachers’ Identities and Experiences

Jon Iftikar
University of Wisconsin, Madison
An Asian Critical Theory (AsianCrit) Perspective

Malaphone Phommasa
University of California, Santa Barbara
Reconstructing Cultural Identity in the Academy: Voices of Asian American Female Graduate Students in Education

Connie Tran
University of California, Santa Barbara
Reconstructing Cultural Identity in the Academy: Voices of Asian American Female Graduate Students in Education

2013 AERA-REAPA Outstanding Dissertation Award

Tomoko Tokunaga
University of Maryland, College Park
Sites of Belonging, Sites of Empowerment: How Asian American Girls Construct `Home` in a Borderland World

2013 AERA-REAPA Distinguished Scholar Award

Peter Kiang
University of Massachusetts, Boston

2011 AERA-REAPA Outstanding Dissertation Award

Judy W. Yu
Teachers College, Columbia University
Chinese American Youth’s Re-Construction of the American Experience
 

 

 

 
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